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We are a family run, family friendly, inn offering 4 Star Inn bed and breakfast guest accommodation in the heart of Tintagel, situated opposite the National Trust property The Old Post Office.
All rooms have WiFi, complimentary toiletries, hair dryers, flat screen TV's and tea and coffee making facilities. We have boot cleaning and boot drying facilities, There is choice of breakfast including full English breakfast.
5 spacious ground floor rooms each has an en-suite walk in wet room suitable for (m3a) wheelchair users, disabled and less mobile guests. For larger family groups, we have a family unit of 2 twin and 1 double room with family bathroom, own sitting room and own front door , for smaller groups we have normal sized family rooms.
Walkers, cyclists, workers in the area, sporting groups, all welcome.
The bars stock real ales brewed in Tintagel, mulled wines, Cornish Mead and most of the leading brand lagers as well as a wide choice of Cornish ales.
Touring, working, camping, walking, hiking, motor home, cycling, self catering?
Don't be tied to the kitchen sink!
Let us look after you. In our 2 bars we offer a varied menu including homemade daily specials, childrens choices, late night pizza, vegetarian and gluten free. Food is usually available from 9am breakfast to 9pm supper time. Teas, coffees, shakes, hot chocolate soft drinks we have them all. Big groups? thats fine, though a bit of notice always helps.
King Arthur's Arms Inn is a good location for touring the north coast....visit Boscastle, Poldarks Bodmin Moor and St breward, Doc Martin's Port Issac, Bude, Slaughters bridge, Roughtor or join the coastal footpath that is about 640 miles long and passes through Tintagel. Go surfing at Trebarwith, Bude or Widemouth Bay.
You are never too far from a beach in Cornwall, here in Tintagel we have a beach at the foot of King Arthurs Castle ruins which boasts Merlins cave. Trebarwith Strand and Bossiney beach are nearby. As featured on the T.V. countryside BBC programe the beautiful St Nectens glen is also not far.
Go to Wadebridge and cycle the path to Padstow and see the famous Rick Steins. Visit the many beaches that Cornwall has to offer. Travel to see the world famous Eden Project near St Austell in the heart of clay country, numerous gardens including The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the many National Trust properties that are around Cornwall
Locally, St Materiana the parish church, is a 900 year old Norman Church, that can be seen perched high on Glebe Cliff. It has a relatively new lovely stained glass window that was purchased by the local population to honour a well regarded local minister.
Tintagel is in an area designated by Europe as a Special Area of Conservation. We are also in an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the Island and Castle are protected by the National Heritage.
Tintagel in 1259 known as Trewarvene, in 1284 known as TREVENE, in 1399 known as TREVENA and originally known as TRE-WAR-VENETH ‘farm on the hill’ For centuries Tintagel with its powerful atmosphere has been a place of inspiration for poets, composers and artists, including Turner and Tennyson. More recently Tintagel’s magnificent scenery has delighted the modern equivalents of the movie and television program makers from home and abroad. The dramatic setting of Tintagel castle, straddling the mainland and the island, seems to give credence to the myths and legends associated with it. Reputedly the ruins we see today were built on the site of an ancient fortress that would have been used by the ancient kings of Cornwall. We are convinced that our King Arthur was one of these kings. Today’s remains date from 1236 and the Earl Richard , second son of King John. The castle was added to during the 14th century by Edward he Black Prince, who was the 1st Duke of Cornwall. By the 17th century the ruins that survived had became known as King Arthur’s Castle. The relentlessly pounding seas around our coastline has taken its toll on the landscape and much of the land that was around the castle has fallen away.
Winter Special offers. 4 for the price of 3. 3 for the price of 2.
£10 discount per room per night on three or more night stays May, June, July, August and September 2017
For more offers see our website. BOOK DIRECT Instant online booking is quick and easy. We are generally open from 9am breakfast to midnight. (winter hours may apply).
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